Antiphus



(in the Iliad) a Trojan ally, the son of Talaemenes and a nymph.
a Greek commander who sailed from Troy with Odysseus and was devoured by Polyphemus.
Historical Examples

But at him Antiphus, of the varied corslet, the son of Priam, took aim through the crowd with a sharp spear.
The Iliad of Homer (1873) Homer

But soon at him Antiphus, son of Priam, bright in arms,580 Hurl’d through the multitude his pointed spear.
The Iliad of Homer Homer

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